Cloud gaming has changed the way we engage with the newest games. Accelerated by the pandemic, the technology's growth has lofty implications.
Swift will head Xbox's innovation in developing cloud-native games, representing a renewed push into the cloud market for Microsoft.
The emerging sector is quickly becoming a dominating business model, one that analysts predict will explode in coming years.
Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad talks about the significance of the move, and postulates on Nintendo's future cloud ambitions.
Analyst Piers Harding-Rolls singles out Facebook's biggest advantage: cloud-playable ads.
The game is expected to generate $2.6 billion in hardware spending over three years. DFC's David Cole breaks down what these numbers mean for Microsoft's PC games business.
The advent of a new generation of consoles comes with a host of unknowns, but cloud gaming is likely to feature prominently.
Unity's Hybrid Cloud tech offers more flexible data hosting in an age of live-service gaming.